overall we got the job completed however, found some errors that we should have caught
Pipefitter Foreman (Current Employee) – Sioux City, IA – January 26, 2017
Safety should have done a better job of watching for errors that occured. Materials should have been ordered and we should not have had as much wait time. The crew should not have been allowed to stand around instead the foreman should have made sure that they were kept busy.
The management team are the only ones that are happy in the company. They only care about their success in the company and does not try to work to develop anyone else that wants to improve or advance in the company. The company does not have any training only for the immediate supervisor and management team. The supervisor that I reported to was very difficult to work with and I would not recommend working at PCG. The employment turn over is bad.
Director of InformationTechnology (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – January 30, 2015
My job as head of the IT organization was to build an IT organization that was self sustaining. There were plenty of opportunities for the IT organization. Building business partnership, restructuring the IT organization, implementing best practices, technology refreshes and development of a a rolling three year IT strategy which included technology roadmap, staffing development plans and budget forecast. The management team was supportive of the IT organization. Since Performance Contracting group was employees owned everyone held each other accountable for the overall success of the company.
Project Engineer (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – May 30, 2013
Provide day to day operations in regards to finance, labor and material procurement of a cleanroom buildout project. Tasks were directed through project manager, and closely monitored by branch office.
Relationship building with customers
Positive team environment was absent. Poor office moral